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... how long does it take to lower blood sugar after eating. ... (1 replies)
... I also have PCOS, and was prescribed Metformin for a long time, to manage it, as it helps treat the hormone imbalances associated with the syndrome, although I'm not clear how exactly. ... (8 replies)
... It only took about a week of taking 400 mg twice a day to notice a difference. ... (8 replies)

... how long had you been taking the magnesium citrate before you noticed a difference? ... (8 replies)
... There is no simple answer to "how fast will T2 progress" because, as Mindy pointed out, there are so many factors that affect each individual. ... (3 replies)
... How long have you been taking it and what is the doseage? ... (2 replies)
... i had a hard time finding a post from you but now i did and i asked this same question of JJ cause i know she is type 2 and closer to what i have but you are a fountain of info too and so i wanted to ask you too. today i did a test on a food called dreamfields. ... (34 replies)
... i was diagnosed with diabetes 4 weeks ago and started taking metformin about 2 weeks ago. my original fasting blood sugar was 361. slowly through a low carb diet and the medicine i am now down to a fasting 170. ... (1 replies)
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... I do a lot of online research about drugs and such, and I see that glipizide causes cardiovascular problems. Seems kind of silly taking a drug to lower your blood sugar as to prevent complications, but at the same time having it cause the very complications you want to avoid. ... (3 replies)
... What is it at 2hrs? Are you a diabetic? Are you on meds? (1 replies)
... You are describing what happens to people in the early stages of Type 2 Diabetes. They become "insulin resistant". The pancreas responds by increasing its insulin output. ... (5 replies)
... Your wife may need to adjust the meds she takes for diabetes. She should not allow the blood sugar level to drop below 70. She could pass out or go into a coma. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Gunter :wave: I'm also on the same meds as you are, and I know from experience that it does take 2-3 weeks to see your numbers lower consistently (with proper diet adjustments too of course). I started out with 1 tablet per day too, in the morning with food. After 2 weeks, it was clear to me that it wasn't enough medicine to help lower my blood sugar, my doctor... (2 replies)
... how long does it take for the insulin to take effect? ... (2 replies)
New to Diabetes
Aug 18, 2013
... I recently was diagnosed two weeks. It was a little bit of a shock to find out my first high reading was nearly a year ago and two doctors failed to tell me. Oh well what's 300 days right. ... (10 replies)
Oct 17, 2012
... I know exactly how you feel. ... (5 replies)
... I am type 1 diabetic and yes I take synthetic insulin. For my lifestyle, Lantus and Humalog work best for me since I exercise frequently and sometimes work long hours. ... (34 replies)
... Do the best you can, but please don't overdo it. Just be reasonable and make it convenient and work for your lifestyle. Sometimes we try to change too much and from my experience that has simply led to failure. ... (34 replies)
... Well, yeah. If you are high all the time, say at 190 most of the time, then 130 might actually feel weird and not quite right. Your body acclimates to anything, including higher blood sugars. I knew people who were low all the time and wouldn't even feel anything until they got below 50. ... (11 replies)

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